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Fakhruddin Iraqi: O saki, fill a cup

Fakhruddin Iraqi: O saki, fill a cup

Photo: Ramallah woman in embroidered costume (1898-1914).
 

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​O saki, fill a cup
with that wine:
my heart, my religion
my sweet life.
Can drinking be my liturgy?

Then my Faith
will be to sip the Beloved
from this chalice.

(Fakhruddin Iraqi)

 

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Recommended Reading:

'Fakhruddin Iraqi: Divine Flashes' 

By Fakhruddin Iraqi (Author), Peter Wilson (Translator), William Chittick (Translator)

Purchase Book:

Amazon.com
Amazon.co.uk

Description:


One of the foremost expositors of Sufi teachings, Fakhruddin Iraqi (1213-1289) was one of the greatest of Persian poets. His masterpiece, Divine Flashes, is a classic expression of Sufi love mysticism.
 

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